Our Take on the Best LEGO Podcasts That You May Want To Listen To

Best LEGO Podcasts

If you’re like me who is pretty into music whenever I’m creating the next ‘big’ LEGO Idea concept (perhaps like a massive 18,000-piece custom LEGO Fortress of Solitude), or simply while sorting out my long, neglected LEGO bricks, having something to listen helps focus your energies at any task at hand. Perhaps an even better alternative is to listen to a podcast – much more if it is geared toward everything LEGO. As the BrickBlogger aptly observed, there are not many very dedicated podcasts for LEGO fans around, but there are some that are faithful to the craft. Here are some of them that are not just informative, but kind of funny and entertaining as well.

All Sorted

Though their last episode was aired way back in 2018, the content that these two stay-at-home Canadian dads are just classic gold. If Jeff and James are not busy taking out the garbage or mowing the lawn, you can find them chatting their way and running three separate podcasts back then: Breaking Dads which ran every Monday dealing with the lighter side of parenting; Epic Gumdrop which talks about video gaming and airs every Fridays; and of course, All Sorted every Wednesdays. For their last episode, this dynamic dad duo focused their sights on everything LEGO Helicopters. And though it’s quite unfortunate that they are no longer running this podcast, All Sorted still deserves a spot on our list of best LEGO podcasts out there. With topics that are thoroughly researched, Jeff and James can communicate them in a way that is uniquely LEGO: fun and engaging. You can listen to their past episodes via YouTube and iTunes.

 

Beyond the Brick

Joshua and Matthew started Beyond the Brick back in 2011 with the goal of having a thought or two from the world’s leading LEGO builders and designers and as a platform to showcase awesome LEGO MOCs. Highly respected within the LEGO community, the tandem has already produced more than 150 podcast interviews and shared recent developments within LEGO’s brick world. Each episode is around 30 minutes to an hour and features some minimal video and images depending on the topics being discussed. You may catch them through their YouTube channel. Though Beyond the Brick seems to have replaced their usual podcast with the video interview format, you can still catch their collection of podcasts from 2013-2016 via their YouTube channel’s playlists.

 

Cali Brick Clique

The Cali Brick Clique Podcast is a group of California-based AFOLs dedicated to all things LEGO. Their passion for the brick and the amazing communities surrounding it is unparalleled. Listeners are invited to join the crew as they discuss everything LEGO, including the latest sets and themes, as well as the ups and downs of the LEGO world. The podcast offers something for everyone, with the crew’s fun and informative discussions. Aside from their YouTube channel, you can also find this one of the best lego podcasts over at Spotify.

 

Extra Pieces

Two respected names in the LEGO fan community have come together to share their love for the brick. Based in Australia, Jay from JaysBrickBlog, and Richard from the Rambling Brick, are two dedicated LEGO fans who use their blogs to share their experiences, reviews, and insights about the world of LEGO. Listeners are invited to join them as they have a chat about their latest findings and thoughts on the LEGO world. At Extra Pieces, they discuss trends, review sets, and explore the endless possibilities of the LEGO brick. You can find their podcast over at their Pinecast platform and iTunes.

 

Full of Brick

Full of Brick is a podcast dedicated to Adult Fans of LEGO (AFOLs) who are passionate about all things LEGO. Hosted by Nik, Maria, Harold, and Errvin, the podcast features weekly discussions about their experiences with LEGO, show-and-tell segments, and the latest LEGO news. The crew shares their experiences with LEGO, discussing their builds, projects, and the challenges they face as AFOLs. Their show-and-tell segments are a highlight of the podcast, as they showcase their latest builds and discuss the inspiration behind them. You can catch them every week over at Audacy and iTunes.

Best LEGO Podcasts

 

Bricks & Banter

Hosted by Billy, Bricks & Banter is a podcast dedicated to custom LEGO creations, designed for Adult Fans of LEGO (AFOLs). The podcast provides a platform for real talk and no-holds-barred discussion from the custom LEGO community. Listeners can expect engaging and informative discussions about LEGO customization, including techniques, tools, and the latest trends. The team shares their own experiences with custom LEGO creations, discussing their builds, projects, and the challenges they face as they explore the endless possibilities of the LEGO brick. Listen to Bricks & Banter over at iTunes and Spotify.

Best LEGO Podcasts

 

I hope you enjoy these cool podcasts for LEGO fans as much as I do. If you happen to stumble upon a similar LEGO podcast, be kind enough to hit the comment button and let us know.

Author: Albert Balanza

Teacher, student, dad, AFOL, psych geek & everything in between. :)

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